This is without a doubt the single greatest TV show of all time!!! If you have never seen it before I think you should give it a try. If you have seen it whats your favorite quote, scene, episode, etc?
Its Always Sunny In Philadelphia
I remember laughing really hard at the Country Mac episode, so that may be my favorite. Then again, I have a soft spot for Rickety Cricket and the stuff he has to go through. The Costume Party was cool too...
Man, it's an amazing show and I'm happy Season 10 started off strong. You can't go wrong with It's Always Sunny*.
*Unless you hate watching a group of friends turn into a bunch of selfish, sociopathic assholes. Dennis is a special brand of man.
The streets are flooded with the ejaculate of the homeless, and you people are counting on the police?
Bums: Making a Mess All Over the City is still far and away my favorite episode. That's probably my favorite quote from the entire series.
The season premiere was pretty good, as well. Not great, but good. The premieres are never the strongest of the season, though. I hope we get something at least as inspired and brilliant as "The Gang Tries Desperately to Win an Award" from last season.
Sunny is the best show on tv. I like watching horrible people do terrible things that blow up in their stupid faces. I think my favorite moment is when Dee and Charlie go to the morgue to see if they're cannibals, and suddenly get concerned about being racists because they don't want to eat the black guy. I can count the number of times I've laughed that hard on one hand.
Probably anything with uncle jack. "do my hands look small?" or "Come on Charlie we can wrestle. It'll be just like old times. Just two single guys hanging out." or when he pulls out the child pornography he made and "keeps saying this is art" on live tv. Anything with Charlie is also hilarious too.
I agree. It's a good show.
The best episode is when they took Charlie's weird music and made an off Broadway musical.
Every episode after the first season is gold, though. I'm pretty sure that has a lot to do with Danny Devito coming on board. They seemed direction and talent-less before that. He really taught them a lot and the show is a million times better for it.
I'm not saying that to knock them either. How they even got a show is a testament to their dedication to what they want to do. But when you watch the show (from the first episode) you can tell they didn't know what they were doing and after Danny Devito starts showing up the show is suddenly an unstoppable comedy machine. At a certain point in the show it never stops being funny.
I forget the name of the episode, but I adore the one with the gang making gifts for Charlie by using his journal for inspiration. Not only is it funny as hell, but it shows a side of the characters that you never see. They're still absolute monsters, but watching them try to make gifts out of gibberish like "worm hat" and "denim chicken" is weirdly sweet.
And, of course, CharDee MacDennis. Everything about that episode is perfection.
Also: I like watching Always Sunny under the theory that Danny DeVito doesn't know he's on a show, and everything he does on it is just his daily life.
It's one of the few comedy shows I can marathon without getting burned out. It's great.
One particular episode that sticks out in my mind is the one where the cashier is being robbed and each of the characters imagines their perfect scenario. Mac starts fighting ninjas to the song "Smack my Bitch Up" by The Prodigy, and Charlie's starts out very sweet and thought provoking, only for you to realize that he's completely ripping off the film Up.
A good sign I love a show is when I decide to watch through all the series all over again for a second time, only really discovered Always Sunny the past year or so thanks to Netflix but it's quickly become one my favourite shows in recent memory. I was happy to hear it's continuing.
Anything to do with the McPoyle family is pure gold, I think "Maureen Ponderosa's Wedding Massacre" as to be one of my favourite episodes. I love how crazy that episode gets.
My absolute favorite would have to be "The Nightman Cometh", though "Charlie Goes America All Over Everybody's Ass" is a close second.
Check out Ep 209 of Marc Maron's WTF Podcast, where he talks with Charlie Day and Glenn Howerton (Dennis). The two of them provide some interesting backstory of their own lives as well as the show itself.
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